CETL Disability Resources offers a variety of services for undergraduates and graduate students in Arts, Sciences & Engineering. These services aim to provide an inclusive experience and equal access to academic content and program requirements. Our approach relies on collaboration among students, CETL staff, and instructors. CETL Disability Resources access coordinators offer transition support and self-advocacy skill development.
If you are considering whether or not to pursue disability accommodations, we encourage you to set up a meeting with an access coordinator. Students are not considered to have self-identified a disability until they specifically express a desire to do so either through individual interview and submitting the Student Information Form.